The Dillinger Escape Plan recently premiered a new track from their highly-anticipated upcoming album, Dissociation, on BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter. The new track is titled “Limerent Death” and it is as complex and eclectic as Dillinger gets. The track will also be available as a 7″ single that will be available on the band’s upcoming tour dates (which can be seen below), with an official retail date of September 9. Check out the track right here (skip ahead to 2:00:00).
Dissociation will be released on October 14 via Party Smasher Inc/Cooking Vinyl.
Trap Them have premiered a new track from their highly-anticipated forthcoming album, Crown Feral, over at Revolver. Titled “Hellionaires”, the incendiary three-minute stormer features all of the gritty tones and blistering hardcore grooves that the band has become infamous for. Check out the track after the break.
Crown Feral will be released on September 23 via Prosthetic Records.
Ohio post-metal outfit Mouth of the Architect have announced the release of their fifth full-length album and follow-up to 2013’s well-received Dawning LP. The new record, which was mixed and mastered by Chris Common, will be titled Path of Eight and will be released through Translation Loss Records on October 7. The first single from the record, “Drown the Old”, can now be streamed at Lambgoat.
The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break.
Pre-order the record here.
Hannes Grossmann (Hate Eternal, ex-Obscura, etc) has released a new track (with lyric video) from his upcoming solo album, The Crypts of Sleep, which is due out in early September. The track in question is titled “Hail Satan” and, unsurprisingly, features tortuous death metal instrumentation and vile vocals that sound as if they were spawned from Hell itself. Check out the tune after the break.
Photo by Max Montesi
Vancouver death metal trio Auroch
, etc) have announced the release of their third full-length album and follow-up to 2014’s Taman Shud
. The new album will be titled Mute Books
and will see a release through Profound Lore Records on October 21. The album was recorded at Raincity Recorders (Baptists
, et al) and was mixed and mastered by Arthur Rizk (Pissgrave
, Power Trip
, et al). The album’s artwork and track listing can be seen after the break.
Death metal act Quinta Essentia have premiered their new full-length album, Initiates of the Great Work, over at Pure Grain Audio. The album is officially out today via Deathgasm Records and can be purchased at this location. This Alabama quartet offer 10 occult metal jams on this new record that combine elements of classic death metal, black metal and old school heavy metal. Check it out now.
Florida-based metalcore/metallic hardcore outfit Forty Winters have premiered the official video for their track, “Snuff out the Light”, over at Revolver. The brooding and bruising tune, which appears on the group’s newly released Rotting Empire LP, is set to a gritty performance video directed by the Cuartas Brothers. Vocalist Xavier Vicuna comments:
“‘Snuff’ was filmed and directed by the Cuartas brothers, the same dudes who brought you the ‘Isolate’ video. We just felt comfortable going back to them, especially with a more intense location set in place. We wanted to go for a darker and more horror vibe. The brothers really brought our ideas to life. The song is about alcohol abuse, buried under a plethora of metaphors.”
Check out the video after the break
Photo by Selin Bilgin
New Jersey post-hardcore/metalcore outfit Robots and Monsters have premiered a new track from their upcoming EP, Nothing to Fear Nothing to Fight, over at New Noise. Titled “Signing Off”, the new track is composed of triumphant melodic buildups and explosions of hardcore grit and groove. The track closes out the EP which follows a concept about battling your own mind, as the band explains:
“By the end of his journey, our anti-hero takes full ownership of his thoughts. In ‘Signing Off,’ we find him embracing the dread, the sadness. He yearns for peace, to ‘leave it all behind.’ Whether that means a physical end or a symbolic end to this internal suffering is up to the listener to decide.”
Stream the track after the break.
Nothing to Fear Nothing to Fight will be released on September 2.
Oakland-based black metal outfit Void Omnia (ex-Apocryphon, ex-Mutilation Rites, et al) have released their debut full-length album, Dying Light. The record is out now via Vendetta Records in digital and CD formats (vinyl pressing coming soon), and can be purchased here and here. The record features five blistering cold tracks that purvey a style of black metal that is well versed in the ways of its Scandinavian forefathers, while also leaving room for its own cosmic exploration. Stream the album after the break.
North Carolina experimental entity Horseback has premiered a new track from its upcoming album, Dead Ringers, over at Self-Titled Magazine. Titled “In Another Time, In and Out of Form”, the new hypnotic six-minute jam revolves around driving, cyclical guitar riffs and infectious, subtle psychedelic atmospheres and keys. Horseback mastermind Jenks Miller comments:
“‘In And Out Of Form’ is built on traditional ‘rock band’ instrumentation, and it’s the only track on Dead Ringers with its basic tracks recorded live. The other musicians featured on this one — John Crouch (drums), Nick Petersen (bass), and Rich James (rhythm guitar) — also appeared on Half Blood (2012) and Piedmont Apocrypha (2014).”
Check out the track now.
Dead Ringers will be released on August 12 via Relapse Records. Pre-order here.